S&P 500 Companies List Sorted by Sector, Market Cap & PE Ratio 2022 (2023)

The companies listed on the S&P 500 index are the largest most successful companies in the USA. The Index is managed by the Standard & Poors rating agency. A company only becomes a constituent of the S&P 500 when its market capitalization (total outstanding shares X share price) is ranked in the top 500.

The S&P 500 Index is a listing of the largest 500 companies (by market capitalization) traded on the U.S. Stock Exchanges, so it includes companies traded on both the Nasdaq and the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE). It is typically used as the benchmark against which all U.S. investments are measured. The term beat the market usually refers to an investment that returns better results than the S&P 500.

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The PE Ratio is only useful when comparing companies in the same industrial sector. This is why by listing companies by Sector, Market Capitalization, and then PE ratio you can easily find those stocks which could be potentially undervalued. Knowing what companies are in which sector helps you formalize a stock sector rotation strategy.

If no PE Ratio is listed then it means the company is not currently making a profit.

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SectorTickerCompanyMarket CapitalizationPE RatioCommercial ServicesSPGIS&P Global Inc.$ 111,125,098,275.5040.7Commercial ServicesMCOMoody’s Corporation$ 71,309,376,207.3335.0Commercial ServicesCPRTCopart, Inc.$ 34,854,843,266.3736.6Commercial ServicesEFXEquifax, Inc.$ 34,648,432,194.2851.9Commercial ServicesFLTFleetCor Technologies, Inc.$ 18,765,806,553.4723.1Commercial ServicesCRLCharles River Laboratories International, Inc.$ 18,273,662,894.1048.7Commercial ServicesOMCOmnicom Group Inc.$ 15,705,948,134.7811.4Commercial ServicesIPGInterpublic Group of Companies, Inc. (The)$ 14,819,801,161.3521.1Commercial ServicesRHIRobert Half International Inc.$ 12,185,090,044.5323.8Commercial ServicesNLSNNielsen N.V.$ 7,574,271,691.9329.6CommunicationsVZVerizon Communications Inc.$ 217,110,199,611.989.8CommunicationsTAT&T Inc.$ 181,595,632,815.91202.5CommunicationsTMUST-Mobile US, Inc.$ 142,929,192,342.4343.4CommunicationsLUMNLumen Technologies, Inc.$ 13,003,456,094.10Consumer DurablesTSLATesla, Inc.$ 1,204,896,966,220.99342.2Consumer DurablesGMGeneral Motors Company$ 88,810,291,856.107.8Consumer DurablesFFord Motor Company$ 86,998,178,943.3728.7Consumer DurablesATVIActivision Blizzard, Inc$ 52,512,665,064.6119.7Consumer DurablesEAElectronic Arts Inc.$ 38,164,960,303.9348.6Consumer DurablesDHID.R. Horton, Inc.$ 37,491,652,739.189.5Consumer DurablesSWKStanley Black & Decker, Inc.$ 30,312,765,508.9116.9Consumer DurablesTTWOTake-Two Interactive Software, Inc.$ 20,593,695,531.3036.7Consumer DurablesNVRNVR, Inc.$ 20,050,210,153.2419.1Consumer DurablesLKQLKQ Corporation$ 17,128,405,481.1117.4Consumer DurablesPHMPulteGroup, Inc.$ 14,201,184,132.968.8Consumer DurablesWHRWhirlpool Corporation$ 14,134,916,744.127.5Consumer DurablesHASHasbro, Inc.$ 14,094,034,544.1331.1Consumer DurablesMHKMohawk Industries, Inc.$ 12,460,724,730.3511.7Consumer DurablesSNASnap-On Incorporated$ 11,420,081,543.9614.7Consumer Non-DurablesPGProcter & Gamble Company (The)$ 394,209,493,523.9229.9Consumer Non-DurablesNKENike, Inc.$ 260,640,746,546.6743.7Consumer Non-DurablesKOCoca-Cola Company (The)$ 256,175,996,038.9929.1Consumer Non-DurablesPEPPepsiCo, Inc.$ 239,171,317,244.4929.6Consumer Non-DurablesPMPhilip Morris International Inc$ 149,035,109,662.8016.5Consumer Non-DurablesELEstee Lauder Companies, Inc. (The)$ 133,284,920,395.4344.9Consumer Non-DurablesMDLZMondelez International, Inc.$ 92,026,310,532.3521.2Consumer Non-DurablesMOAltria Group, Inc.$ 88,120,355,995.4132.0Consumer Non-DurablesCLColgate-Palmolive Company$ 71,296,567,952.7427.3Consumer Non-DurablesMNSTMonster Beverage Corporation$ 51,083,089,116.0833.6Consumer Non-DurablesKMBKimberly-Clark Corporation$ 47,958,559,724.5124.3Consumer Non-DurablesSTZConstellation Brands, Inc.$ 47,552,325,752.9984.8Consumer Non-DurablesKHCThe Kraft Heinz Company$ 44,236,897,124.8019.2Consumer Non-DurablesGISGeneral Mills, Inc.$ 40,571,678,637.1518.6Consumer Non-DurablesHSYThe Hershey Company$ 39,808,900,352.4828.1Consumer Non-DurablesIFFInternational Flavors & Fragrances, Inc.$ 37,958,046,665.26123.0Consumer Non-DurablesBF.BBrown Forman Inc$ 33,440,414,372.9545.7Consumer Non-DurablesTSNTyson Foods, Inc.$ 31,413,099,631.9510.3Consumer Non-DurablesVFCV.F. Corporation$ 28,951,982,901.1323.5Consumer Non-DurablesHRLHormel Foods Corporation$ 26,656,462,210.6929.4Consumer Non-DurablesMKCMcCormick & Company, Incorporated$ 25,577,563,115.0334.4Consumer Non-DurablesCHDChurch & Dwight Company, Inc.$ 24,832,329,818.6431.3Consumer Non-DurablesKKellogg Company$ 22,063,822,254.1917.6Consumer Non-DurablesCLXClorox Company (The)$ 21,492,383,110.8450.5Consumer Non-DurablesCAGConAgra Brands, Inc.$ 16,338,234,937.0813.8Consumer Non-DurablesSJMJ.M. Smucker Company (The) New$ 14,824,089,324.5419.4Consumer Non-DurablesCPBCampbell Soup Company$ 13,198,014,790.8913.9Consumer Non-DurablesTAPMolson Coors Beverage Company$ 10,302,980,466.51Consumer Non-DurablesLWLamb Weston Holdings, Inc.$ 9,336,692,615.1236.1Consumer Non-DurablesUAAUnder Armour, Inc.$ 9,313,776,740.4922.5Consumer Non-DurablesUAUnder Armour, Inc.$ 9,307,303,735.4619.2Consumer Non-DurablesPVHPVH Corp.$ 7,563,182,425.2115.3Consumer ServicesDISWalt Disney Company (The)$ 284,935,754,355.56142.0Consumer ServicesCMCSAComcast Corporation$ 231,827,155,904.3116.2Consumer ServicesMCDMcDonald’s Corporation$ 200,695,181,021.8227.7Consumer ServicesSBUXStarbucks Corporation$ 136,888,971,731.6133.0Consumer ServicesCHTRCharter Communications, Inc.$ 116,105,310,853.4430.4Consumer ServicesBKNGBooking Holdings Inc. Common Stock$ 101,074,480,437.11261.9Consumer ServicesMARMarriott International$ 53,382,719,592.32116.9Consumer ServicesCMGChipotle Mexican Grill, Inc.$ 47,567,687,697.0870.2Consumer ServicesCTASCintas Corporation$ 43,963,052,139.6941.4Consumer ServicesHLTHilton Worldwide Holdings Inc.$ 43,056,926,594.851238.0Consumer ServicesYUMYum! Brands, Inc.$ 40,021,460,565.9126.8Consumer ServicesLVSLas Vegas Sands Corp.$ 29,681,001,154.79Consumer ServicesEXPEExpedia Group, Inc.$ 28,028,066,448.21Consumer ServicesLYVLive Nation Entertainment, Inc.$ 26,826,308,998.35Consumer ServicesMGMMGM Resorts International$ 21,328,293,979.0134.5Consumer ServicesVIACViacomCBS Inc.$ 21,011,342,171.295.9Consumer ServicesFOXFox Corporation$ 20,790,031,973.1311.5Consumer ServicesFOXAFox Corporation$ 20,770,577,311.5712.4Consumer ServicesRCLD/B/A Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd.$ 20,594,663,231.79Consumer ServicesDPZDomino’s Pizza Inc$ 20,131,657,583.8242.9Consumer ServicesCZRCaesars Entertainment, Inc.$ 19,981,459,992.30Consumer ServicesDRIDarden Restaurants, Inc.$ 19,309,412,766.1721.5Consumer ServicesDISHDISH Network Corporation$ 17,603,493,712.087.8Consumer ServicesROLRollins, Inc.$ 16,532,835,055.9548.4Consumer ServicesNWSANews Corporation$ 13,533,762,277.9526.9Consumer ServicesNWSNews Corporation$ 13,484,305,566.4127.2Consumer ServicesDISCADiscovery, Inc. – Series A$ 12,629,738,909.7312.6Consumer ServicesDISCKDiscovery, Inc. – Series C$ 12,603,428,087.6912.3Consumer ServicesWYNNWynn Resorts, Limited$ 10,151,293,811.78Consumer ServicesNCLHNorwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd.$ 9,246,662,389.05Consumer ServicesPENNPenn National Gaming, Inc.$ 8,584,209,180.8423.2Distribution ServicesSYYSysco Corporation$ 40,474,222,147.8059.1Distribution ServicesMCKMcKesson Corporation$ 37,880,448,654.78Distribution ServicesFASTFastenal Company$ 35,648,625,623.0641.5Distribution ServicesABCAmerisourceBergen Corporation$ 27,602,646,317.5718.0Distribution ServicesGWWW.W. Grainger, Inc.$ 26,285,527,093.0929.4Distribution ServicesPOOLPool Corporation$ 22,058,407,994.8738.3Distribution ServicesGPCGenuine Parts Company$ 19,644,231,953.8924.9Distribution ServicesCAHCardinal Health, Inc.$ 14,655,794,065.8613.3Distribution ServicesHSICHenry Schein, Inc.$ 10,737,559,239.4217.9Electronic TechnologyAAPLApple Inc.$ 2,986,128,347,290.2431.7Electronic TechnologyNVDANVIDIA Corporation$ 753,024,962,494.9590.7Electronic TechnologyAVGOBroadcom Inc.$ 273,867,545,687.4144.4Electronic TechnologyINTCIntel Corporation$ 216,405,070,000.0010.0Electronic TechnologyQCOMQUALCOMM Incorporated$ 208,555,194,431.1123.2Electronic TechnologyAMDAdvanced Micro Devices, Inc.$ 181,431,389,863.0944.5Electronic TechnologyTXNTexas Instruments Incorporated$ 176,024,068,559.8324.2Electronic TechnologyRTXRaytheon Technologies Corporation$ 130,174,753,742.4239.2Electronic TechnologyBABoeing Company (The)$ 122,159,176,740.63Electronic TechnologyMUMicron Technology, Inc.$ 107,256,260,088.2014.4Electronic TechnologyLRCXLam Research Corporation$ 102,143,832,762.3724.3Electronic TechnologyLMTLockheed Martin Corporation$ 97,727,683,172.1316.4Electronic TechnologyADIAnalog Devices, Inc.$ 93,062,333,725.7247.7Electronic TechnologyKLACKLA Corporation$ 65,969,290,798.3624.3Electronic TechnologyNXPINXP Semiconductors N.V.$ 61,489,087,598.8240.2Electronic TechnologyNOCNorthrop Grumman Corporation$ 61,121,018,829.4913.6Electronic TechnologyGDGeneral Dynamics Corporation$ 57,927,570,591.6017.9Electronic TechnologyXLNXXilinx, Inc.$ 54,848,499,524.6866.1Electronic TechnologyFTNTFortinet, Inc.$ 54,465,052,995.98108.1Electronic TechnologyTELTE Connectivity Ltd. New Switzerland Registered Shares$ 52,536,448,880.9923.7Electronic TechnologyAPHAmphenol Corporation$ 51,729,406,929.2636.8Electronic TechnologyMCHPMicrochip Technology Incorporated$ 48,828,617,282.8975.9Electronic TechnologyMSIMotorola Solutions, Inc.$ 45,168,258,169.0937.5Electronic TechnologyANETArista Networks, Inc.$ 43,708,019,243.2258.4Electronic TechnologyLHXL3Harris Technologies, Inc.$ 41,515,422,459.9028.2Electronic TechnologyHPQHP Inc.$ 41,165,108,748.546.9Electronic TechnologyKEYSKeysight Technologies Inc.$ 37,095,388,104.9443.1Electronic TechnologyTDGTransdigm Group Inc.$ 35,447,144,260.7761.4Electronic TechnologyGLWCorning Incorporated$ 31,738,259,763.5338.9Electronic TechnologyZBRAZebra Technologies Corporation$ 31,204,488,979.5538.0Electronic TechnologyTERTeradyne, Inc.$ 27,076,652,169.6530.8Electronic TechnologySWKSSkyworks Solutions, Inc.$ 26,425,575,150.0217.3Electronic TechnologyFTVFortive Corporation$ 26,380,559,295.4017.0Electronic TechnologyGRMNGarmin Ltd.$ 25,684,609,699.5323.2Electronic TechnologySTXSeagate Technology Holdings PLC$ 25,193,483,781.4916.5Electronic TechnologyENPHEnphase Energy, Inc.$ 24,884,603,639.82159.1Electronic TechnologyMPWRMonolithic Power Systems, Inc.$ 22,809,119,688.82111.0Electronic TechnologyTRMBTrimble Inc.$ 21,757,408,056.3339.7Electronic TechnologyHPEHewlett Packard Enterprise Company$ 20,876,119,290.056.1Electronic TechnologyTDYTeledyne Technologies Incorporated$ 20,629,519,092.3343.7Electronic TechnologyWDCWestern Digital Corporation$ 20,545,297,131.7313.8Electronic TechnologyNTAPNetApp, Inc.$ 20,536,239,966.1322.3Electronic TechnologyQRVOQorvo, Inc.$ 17,572,889,244.2016.2Electronic TechnologyTXTTextron Inc.$ 16,827,260,376.1522.7Electronic TechnologyFFIVF5, Inc.$ 14,863,433,707.3745.6Electronic TechnologyHWMHowmet Aerospace Inc.$ 13,811,956,501.7649.2Electronic TechnologyIPGPIPG Photonics Corporation$ 9,265,612,395.8135.4Electronic TechnologyHIIHuntington Ingalls Industries, Inc.$ 7,452,948,103.2711.2Energy MineralsXOMExxon Mobil Corporation$ 269,000,834,440.85Energy MineralsCVXChevron Corporation$ 229,895,819,005.1222.8Energy MineralsCOPConocoPhillips$ 97,298,713,180.9321.5Energy MineralsEOGEOG Resources, Inc.$ 53,336,807,947.6817.2Energy MineralsPXDPioneer Natural Resources Company$ 45,626,147,952.3632.9Energy MineralsMPCMarathon Petroleum Corporation$ 40,419,489,935.5136.3Energy MineralsPSXPhillips 66$ 33,187,017,200.78Energy MineralsVLOValero Energy Corporation$ 31,537,580,933.35Energy MineralsDVNDevon Energy Corporation$ 30,850,889,465.1626.4Energy MineralsOXYOccidental Petroleum Corporation$ 29,009,450,192.14Energy MineralsHESHess Corporation$ 23,783,928,119.91116.7Energy MineralsFANGDiamondback Energy, Inc. – Commmon Stock$ 20,262,560,858.4855.9Energy MineralsCTRACoterra Energy Inc.$ 15,921,714,350.9421.7Energy MineralsMROMarathon Oil Corporation$ 13,133,916,978.00Energy MineralsAPAAPA Corporation$ 10,193,475,545.2617.0FinanceBRK.BBerkshire Hathaway Inc. New$ 673,127,852,286.118.0FinanceJPMJP Morgan Chase & Co.$ 477,866,548,937.1010.0FinanceVVisa Inc.$ 466,383,592,163.8439.5FinanceBACBank of America Corporation$ 377,941,012,657.4113.3FinanceMAMastercard Incorporated$ 364,479,675,124.0944.2FinanceWFCWells Fargo & Company$ 202,272,298,831.5211.3FinanceMSMorgan Stanley$ 179,782,143,715.1212.5FinanceSCHWCharles Schwab Corporation (The)$ 161,915,096,376.2532.0FinanceBLKBlackRock, Inc.$ 138,507,445,860.1824.3FinanceAMTAmerican Tower Corporation (REIT)$ 133,208,506,165.0053.2FinanceGSGoldman Sachs Group, Inc. (The)$ 132,353,700,112.086.3FinanceAXPAmerican Express Company$ 130,288,023,378.9017.1FinancePLDPrologis, Inc.$ 128,085,935,864.0065.5FinanceCCitigroup, Inc.$ 125,207,259,805.925.6FinanceCCICrown Castle International Corp. (REIT)$ 90,218,108,168.0068.9FinancePNCPNC Financial Services Group, Inc. (The)$ 88,002,270,938.7515.3FinanceUSBU.S. Bancorp$ 84,919,816,209.0011.3FinanceMMCMarsh & McLennan Companies, Inc.$ 84,433,658,915.7532.9FinanceCBChubb Limited$ 82,461,108,064.599.8FinanceCMECME Group Inc.$ 81,030,165,556.2733.7FinanceEQIXEquinix, Inc.$ 76,160,456,406.00178.1FinanceICEIntercontinental Exchange Inc.$ 75,468,007,924.1825.3FinancePSAPublic Storage$ 65,680,806,742.0044.8FinanceAONAon plc$ 64,610,276,181.0076.3FinanceCOFCapital One Financial Corporation$ 63,136,776,316.605.4FinancePGRProgressive Corporation (The)$ 59,547,599,640.2914.9FinanceMETMetLife, Inc.$ 53,186,561,967.5110.3FinanceSPGSimon Property Group, Inc.$ 52,502,204,044.0028.6FinanceDLRDigital Realty Trust, Inc.$ 50,193,489,421.0074.7FinanceBKThe Bank of New York Mellon Corporation$ 48,318,790,861.5114.8FinanceAIGAmerican International Group, Inc. New$ 47,650,780,201.668.9FinanceTROWT. Rowe Price Group, Inc.$ 43,732,116,141.3214.8FinanceSBACSBA Communications Corporation$ 42,318,122,232.00147.8FinancePRUPrudential Financial, Inc.$ 41,549,759,180.475.9FinanceORealty Income Corporation$ 40,502,630,312.0056.4FinanceSIVBSVB Financial Group$ 40,386,900,164.0920.7FinanceAFLAFLAC Incorporated$ 38,547,251,264.729.5FinanceTRVThe Travelers Companies, Inc.$ 38,315,850,466.9010.9FinanceWELLWelltower Inc.$ 37,333,495,503.001374.5FinanceCBRECBRE Group Inc$ 36,368,140,052.1425.3FinanceAVBAvalonBay Communities, Inc.$ 35,297,158,729.0034.9FinanceFRCFIRST REPUBLIC BANK$ 34,881,801,059.7928.5FinanceDFSDiscover Financial Services$ 34,770,505,608.396.9FinanceAJGArthur J. Gallagher & Co.$ 34,555,314,986.9836.7FinanceAREAlexandria Real Estate Equities, Inc.$ 34,550,850,334.0033.9FinanceSTTState Street Corporation$ 34,533,676,136.3113.7FinanceAMPAmeriprise Financial, Inc.$ 34,043,598,237.7116.3FinanceEQREquity Residential$ 33,938,966,537.0033.5FinanceALLAllstate Corporation (The)$ 33,905,173,963.055.1FinanceNDAQNasdaq, Inc.$ 33,855,765,259.1030.6FinanceWYWeyerhaeuser Company$ 30,845,672,625.0012.5FinanceFITBFifth Third Bancorp$ 30,543,439,137.7112.0FinanceEXRExtra Space Storage Inc$ 30,357,287,225.0042.0FinanceWLTWWillis Towers Watson Public Limited Company$ 29,353,458,327.3013.4FinanceMAAMid-America Apartment Communities, Inc.$ 26,417,336,634.0061.6FinanceSYFSynchrony Financial$ 25,721,182,828.566.5FinanceDREDuke Realty Corporation$ 25,245,492,398.0027.1FinanceNTRSNorthern Trust Corporation$ 25,064,682,283.2418.8FinanceURIUnited Rentals, Inc.$ 23,936,498,157.4320.1FinanceHIGHartford Financial Services Group, Inc. (The)$ 23,657,960,457.4111.5FinanceESSEssex Property Trust, Inc.$ 22,925,886,932.0051.3FinanceRFRegions Financial Corporation$ 21,610,917,005.808.2FinanceRJFRaymond James Financial, Inc.$ 21,323,227,071.3915.1FinanceVTRVentas, Inc.$ 20,988,639,739.0097.3FinanceCFGCitizens Financial Group, Inc.$ 20,943,446,104.889.5FinanceMTBM&T Bank Corporation$ 20,366,815,329.1211.0FinancePEAKHealthpeak Properties, Inc.$ 19,455,118,149.0031.4FinanceBROBrown & Brown, Inc.$ 19,428,142,630.7534.2FinancePFGPrincipal Financial Group Inc$ 19,405,733,278.1011.6FinanceSBNYSignature Bank$ 18,862,937,602.5423.2FinanceUDRUDR, Inc.$ 18,548,090,906.00325.1FinanceCINFCincinnati Financial Corporation$ 18,226,659,290.347.3FinanceBXPBoston Properties, Inc.$ 17,991,915,362.0056.3FinanceBENFranklin Resources, Inc.$ 16,764,975,297.599.4FinanceKIMKimco Realty Corporation$ 15,194,950,940.0012.9FinanceIRMIron Mountain Incorporated (Delaware)$ 15,152,125,840.0023.9FinanceMKTXMarketAxess Holdings, Inc.$ 15,090,049,814.8856.3FinanceLLoews Corporation$ 14,739,063,355.339.4FinanceWRBW.R. Berkley Corporation$ 14,353,802,202.1414.8FinanceCBOECboe Global Markets, Inc.$ 13,699,355,908.4731.2FinanceREGRegency Centers Corporation$ 12,958,168,561.0038.6FinanceLNCLincoln National Corporation$ 12,597,203,485.179.8FinanceHSTHost Hotels$ 12,417,074,116.00FinanceCMAComerica Incorporated$ 11,621,081,976.3110.7FinanceIVZInvesco Ltd$ 10,741,500,599.079.1FinanceREEverest Re Group, Ltd.$ 10,739,477,179.2310.9FinanceFRTFederal Realty Investment Trust$ 10,698,888,028.0045.1FinanceZIONZions Bancorporation N.A.$ 10,051,213,317.688.9FinanceGLGlobe Life Inc.$ 9,586,967,761.3012.7FinanceAIZAssurant, Inc.$ 8,903,750,705.7121.4FinanceVNOVornado Realty Trust$ 8,018,732,913.00FinancePBCTPeople’s$ 7,828,576,446.3511.6Health ServicesUNHUnitedHealth Group Incorporated$ 473,073,063,328.8731.1Health ServicesANTMAnthem, Inc.$ 112,828,346,320.1020.8Health ServicesHCAHCA Healthcare, Inc.$ 79,024,684,051.7413.1Health ServicesCICigna Corporation$ 77,620,391,335.229.7Health ServicesHUMHumana Inc.$ 59,826,281,762.0822.4Health ServicesIQVIQVIA Holdings, Inc.$ 52,264,590,493.2471.7Health ServicesCNCCentene Corporation$ 48,226,518,032.1266.7Health ServicesLHLaboratory Corporation of America Holdings$ 28,535,824,313.6611.2Health ServicesDGXQuest Diagnostics Incorporated$ 20,161,598,494.4310.4Health ServicesDVADaVita Inc.$ 11,762,317,396.7413.0Health ServicesUHSUniversal Health Services, Inc.$ 10,611,449,237.9310.4Health TechnologyJNJJohnson & Johnson$ 451,595,695,648.1725.6Health TechnologyPFEPfizer, Inc.$ 317,968,894,402.9117.5Health TechnologyLLYEli Lilly and Company$ 259,934,839,379.6142.2Health TechnologyTMOThermo Fisher Scientific Inc$ 254,129,494,161.6331.0Health TechnologyABTAbbott Laboratories$ 245,862,632,311.2534.8Health TechnologyABBVAbbVie Inc.$ 239,406,365,592.2732.3Health TechnologyDHRDanaher Corporation$ 225,634,809,998.0341.8Health TechnologyMRKMerck & Company, Inc.$ 194,169,320,790.4927.1Health TechnologyMDTMedtronic plc.$ 142,657,571,926.9229.8Health TechnologyBMYBristol-Myers Squibb Company$ 137,351,630,447.35Health TechnologyISRGIntuitive Surgical, Inc.$ 128,509,998,075.8177.6Health TechnologyAMGNAmgen Inc.$ 127,686,740,568.1823.2Health TechnologyZTSZoetis Inc.$ 110,725,636,030.9258.8Health TechnologySYKStryker Corporation$ 101,258,755,071.6653.8Health TechnologyMRNAModerna, Inc.$ 95,300,908,995.2315.6Health TechnologyGILDGilead Sciences, Inc.$ 91,043,158,455.3412.4Health TechnologyEWEdwards Lifesciences Corporation$ 80,127,088,108.2955.3Health TechnologyBDXBecton, Dickinson and Company$ 72,175,829,346.9036.7Health TechnologyREGNRegeneron Pharmaceuticals, Inc.$ 67,456,336,484.7710.1Health TechnologyBSXBoston Scientific Corporation$ 61,445,678,253.5458.5Health TechnologyILMNIllumina, Inc.$ 59,529,982,544.7462.6Health TechnologyVRTXVertex Pharmaceuticals Incorporated$ 56,578,685,305.6526.4Health TechnologyIDXXIDEXX Laboratories, Inc.$ 53,505,617,391.2875.5Health TechnologyALGNAlign Technology, Inc.$ 51,100,733,466.4370.7Health TechnologyDXCMDexCom, Inc.$ 50,476,023,894.59104.3Health TechnologyAAgilent Technologies, Inc.$ 47,257,087,128.6140.4Health TechnologyBAXBaxter International Inc.$ 43,495,238,226.4536.0Health TechnologyMTDMettler-Toledo International, Inc.$ 38,497,752,964.3553.2Health TechnologyRMDResMed Inc.$ 37,816,614,831.8476.5Health TechnologyBIIBBiogen Inc.$ 35,862,387,277.4923.5Health TechnologyWSTWest Pharmaceutical Services, Inc.$ 33,033,629,227.1058.1Health TechnologyZBHZimmer Biomet Holdings, Inc.$ 26,976,292,819.9932.6Health TechnologySTESTERIS plc (Ireland)$ 24,262,580,111.5386.5Health TechnologyPKIPerkinElmer, Inc.$ 24,255,677,244.1320.0Health TechnologyWATWaters Corporation$ 22,253,214,095.1633.4Health TechnologyBIOBio-Rad Laboratories, Inc.$ 22,080,500,623.293.4Health TechnologyCTLTCatalent, Inc.$ 21,311,200,056.2040.4Health TechnologyCOOThe Cooper Companies, Inc.$ 20,830,421,362.027.1Health TechnologyTECHBio-Techne Corp$ 19,167,849,570.76119.5Health TechnologyHOLXHologic, Inc.$ 18,378,840,319.2610.6Health TechnologyVTRSViatris Inc.$ 17,185,480,337.93Health TechnologyABMDABIOMED, Inc.$ 16,664,936,668.36110.5Health TechnologyINCYIncyte Corporation$ 16,339,279,870.8730.5Health TechnologyTFXTeleflex Incorporated$ 15,680,409,906.6435.9Health TechnologyXRAYDENTSPLY SIRONA Inc.$ 12,436,553,864.6129.4Health TechnologyOGNOrganon & Co.$ 7,900,619,244.355.1Industrial ServicesWMWaste Management, Inc.$ 68,076,799,530.5540.4Industrial ServicesSLBSchlumberger N.V.$ 44,491,506,201.2125.7Industrial ServicesRSGRepublic Services, Inc.$ 42,937,804,249.1336.8Industrial ServicesKMIKinder Morgan, Inc.$ 37,025,923,392.5420.7Industrial ServicesWMBWilliams Companies, Inc. (The)$ 32,198,290,438.8231.4Industrial ServicesOKEONEOK, Inc.$ 26,751,740,430.8518.4Industrial ServicesBKRBaker Hughes Company$ 25,956,813,924.11107.0Industrial ServicesHALHalliburton Company$ 21,473,837,223.6651.4Industrial ServicesJJacobs Engineering Group Inc.$ 17,998,656,857.2645.2Industrial ServicesPWRQuanta Services, Inc.$ 15,998,394,995.1430.1Non-Energy MineralsFCXFreeport-McMoRan, Inc.$ 60,895,307,784.2615.8Non-Energy MineralsNEMNewmont Corporation$ 48,627,605,120.0324.5Non-Energy MineralsNUENucor Corporation$ 32,306,706,862.796.8Non-Energy MineralsVMCVulcan Materials Company (Holding Company)$ 27,589,376,468.7342.8Non-Energy MineralsMLMMartin Marietta Materials, Inc.$ 27,386,272,557.4437.8Process IndustriesLINLinde plc$ 173,571,536,374.3350.9Process IndustriesSHWSherwin-Williams Company (The)$ 88,915,975,423.9348.2Process IndustriesECLEcolab Inc.$ 65,861,766,535.6460.0Process IndustriesAPDAir Products and Chemicals, Inc.$ 65,576,451,656.8633.4Process IndustriesDOWDow Inc.$ 42,061,874,160.537.4Process IndustriesDDDuPont de Nemours, Inc.$ 41,790,253,554.447.4Process IndustriesPPGPPG Industries, Inc.$ 40,500,587,911.7029.0Process IndustriesADMArcher-Daniels-Midland Company$ 37,980,462,581.8514.6Process IndustriesCTVACorteva, Inc.$ 34,185,831,057.4521.5Process IndustriesLYBLyondellBasell Industries NV$ 31,002,152,564.335.4Process IndustriesBLLBall Corporation$ 30,206,371,624.3739.7Process IndustriesALBAlbemarle Corporation$ 27,684,785,772.45123.7Process IndustriesCECelanese Corporation Celanese Corporation$ 18,234,778,336.626.8Process IndustriesAMCRAmcor plc$ 18,214,045,967.1819.8Process IndustriesIPInternational Paper Company$ 18,120,042,755.6310.3Process IndustriesAVYAvery Dennison Corporation$ 17,454,137,997.6224.3Process IndustriesEMNEastman Chemical Company$ 16,083,090,836.1132.6Process IndustriesMOSMosaic Company (The)$ 15,230,184,094.348.4Process IndustriesCFCF Industries Holdings, Inc.$ 15,139,820,579.3751.3Process IndustriesFMCFMC Corporation$ 13,961,677,136.6124.1Process IndustriesPKGPackaging Corporation of America$ 12,786,706,765.1817.4Process IndustriesWRKWestrock Company$ 11,642,556,108.7414.2Process IndustriesSEESealed Air Corporation$ 9,862,793,229.8722.6Producer ManufacturingHONHoneywell International Inc.$ 142,365,867,197.1026.8Producer ManufacturingAMATApplied Materials, Inc.$ 142,099,923,764.5524.5Producer ManufacturingCATCaterpillar, Inc.$ 111,974,924,605.8422.1Producer ManufacturingDEDeere & Company$ 107,626,370,058.2618.1Producer ManufacturingGEGeneral Electric Company$ 105,684,714,422.5021.5Producer ManufacturingMMM3M Company$ 102,423,176,841.5817.4Producer ManufacturingITWIllinois Tool Works Inc.$ 76,423,675,433.5828.7Producer ManufacturingETNEaton Corporation, PLC$ 67,227,879,878.3433.5Producer ManufacturingJCIJohnson Controls International plc$ 55,888,774,060.4335.8Producer ManufacturingEMREmerson Electric Company$ 54,588,026,957.0124.3Producer ManufacturingTTTrane Technologies plc$ 46,284,703,089.8336.4Producer ManufacturingCARRCarrier Global Corporation$ 45,513,043,557.0621.7Producer ManufacturingAPTVAptiv PLC$ 44,913,460,112.6056.2Producer ManufacturingPHParker-Hannifin Corporation$ 40,610,724,718.5222.3Producer ManufacturingROKRockwell Automation, Inc.$ 39,405,064,542.9830.1Producer ManufacturingOTISOtis Worldwide Corporation$ 36,347,481,656.3431.0Producer ManufacturingAMEAMETEK, Inc.$ 33,234,484,908.2436.8Producer ManufacturingCMICummins Inc.$ 31,399,780,865.1214.3Producer ManufacturingPCARPACCAR Inc.$ 30,718,248,878.4217.6Producer ManufacturingDOVDover Corporation$ 25,676,783,436.7928.0Producer ManufacturingIRIngersoll Rand Inc.$ 24,304,270,784.2039.6Producer ManufacturingGNRCGenerac Holdlings Inc.$ 21,949,633,500.8142.8Producer ManufacturingXYLXylem Inc.$ 21,078,220,676.3747.1Producer ManufacturingIEXIDEX Corporation$ 17,539,705,926.7341.8Producer ManufacturingWABWestinghouse Air Brake Technologies Corporation$ 17,442,596,063.7438.2Producer ManufacturingMASMasco Corporation$ 16,944,554,120.4938.4Producer ManufacturingSEDGSolarEdge Technologies, Inc.$ 14,834,138,756.82105.9Producer ManufacturingFBHSFortune Brands Home & Security, Inc.$ 14,207,314,039.4919.7Producer ManufacturingAOSA.O. Smith Corporation$ 13,301,176,625.9429.7Producer ManufacturingPNRPentair plc.$ 11,747,299,046.2124.1Producer ManufacturingALLEAllegion plc$ 11,603,056,898.5126.0Producer ManufacturingBWABorgWarner Inc.$ 10,832,866,628.2814.1Producer ManufacturingNWLNewell Brands Inc.$ 9,405,593,931.1615.5Retail TradeAMZNAmazon.com, Inc.$ 1,728,404,755,739.3965.2Retail TradeHDHome Depot, Inc. (The)$ 426,717,890,470.8027.8Retail TradeWMTWalmart Inc.$ 401,241,519,929.4150.7Retail TradeCOSTCostco Wholesale Corporation$ 251,297,634,711.3948.8Retail TradeLOWLowe’s Companies, Inc.$ 172,149,152,442.5722.4Retail TradeCVSCVS Health Corporation$ 137,497,308,005.6118.0Retail TradeTGTTarget Corporation$ 111,132,790,094.2717.0Retail TradeTJXTJX Companies, Inc. (The)$ 90,121,962,304.0034.7Retail TradeDGDollar General Corporation$ 54,562,246,382.3523.1Retail TradeORLYO’Reilly Automotive, Inc.$ 46,891,318,975.7924.5Retail TradeWBAWalgreens Boots Alliance, Inc.$ 45,840,915,477.4517.8Retail TradeAZOAutoZone, Inc.$ 42,199,606,621.8820.4Retail TradeEBAYeBay Inc.$ 41,817,048,705.943.7Retail TradeROSTRoss Stores, Inc.$ 39,982,793,226.7025.4Retail TradeKRKroger Company (The)$ 33,226,197,262.1134.0Retail TradeDLTRDollar Tree, Inc.$ 31,757,049,359.9123.7Retail TradeTSCOTractor Supply Company$ 26,828,453,279.2830.4Retail TradeETSYEtsy, Inc.$ 26,615,080,799.4064.6Retail TradeBBYBest Buy Co., Inc.$ 24,566,078,516.999.8Retail TradeULTAUlta Beauty, Inc.$ 22,364,077,895.4026.4Retail TradeKMXCarMax Inc$ 20,559,351,596.0218.0Retail TradeBBWIBath & Body Works, Inc.$ 17,942,670,685.1712.3Retail TradeAAPAdvance Auto Parts Inc.$ 14,764,458,641.5124.3Retail TradeTPRTapestry, Inc.$ 11,406,394,571.8013.9Retail TradeRLRalph Lauren Corporation$ 8,904,036,573.6822.2Retail TradeGPSGap, Inc. (The)$ 6,870,619,822.4113.5Technology ServicesMSFTMicrosoft Corporation$ 2,513,296,516,647.3637.6Technology ServicesGOOGAlphabet Inc.$ 1,927,101,773,229.4827.9Technology ServicesGOOGLAlphabet Inc.$ 1,923,705,624,039.5427.9Technology ServicesFBMeta Platforms, Inc.$ 941,736,878,229.6224.0Technology ServicesACNAccenture plc$ 268,079,676,800.9443.1Technology ServicesCSCOCisco Systems, Inc.$ 266,384,018,596.4123.6Technology ServicesNFLXNetflix, Inc.$ 264,606,344,214.6054.3Technology ServicesCRMSalesforce.com Inc$ 251,628,104,835.17140.1Technology ServicesORCLOracle Corporation$ 234,732,290,724.4825.3Technology ServicesPYPLPayPal Holdings, Inc.$ 229,040,890,690.5245.4Technology ServicesINTUIntuit Inc.$ 178,812,338,875.5984.9Technology ServicesNOWServiceNow, Inc.$ 125,397,857,170.19596.1Technology ServicesIBMInternational Business Machines Corporation$ 122,000,723,501.0025.3Technology ServicesADPAutomatic Data Processing, Inc.$ 102,821,918,705.6239.0Technology ServicesFISVFiserv, Inc.$ 71,054,161,319.9653.9Technology ServicesFISFidelity National Information Services, Inc.$ 69,345,768,715.77299.0Technology ServicesADSKAutodesk, Inc.$ 62,410,859,034.3847.4Technology ServicesSNPSSynopsys, Inc.$ 55,406,584,297.6676.5Technology ServicesINFOIHS Markit Ltd.$ 51,813,481,614.9585.8Technology ServicesCDNSCadence Design Systems, Inc.$ 50,761,145,613.0875.1Technology ServicesROPRoper Technologies, Inc.$ 50,102,162,138.9546.7Technology ServicesMSCIMSCI Inc$ 49,103,610,950.8874.3Technology ServicesPAYXPaychex, Inc.$ 48,525,422,526.8338.7Technology ServicesCTSHCognizant Technology Solutions Corporation$ 47,046,801,687.6625.0Technology ServicesGPNGlobal Payments Inc.$ 41,114,394,610.8742.6Technology ServicesMTCHMatch Group, Inc.$ 37,998,543,462.7568.2Technology ServicesEPAMEPAM Systems, Inc.$ 36,425,301,272.5292.7Technology ServicesVRSKVerisk Analytics, Inc.$ 35,723,030,148.2253.5Technology ServicesANSSANSYS, Inc.$ 34,507,669,793.9875.5Technology ServicesTWTRTwitter, Inc.$ 34,111,357,730.92Technology ServicesVRSNVeriSign, Inc.$ 28,003,985,762.8746.8Technology ServicesCDWCDW Corporation$ 27,824,579,797.4928.8Technology ServicesCERNCerner Corporation$ 27,128,852,907.2854.2Technology ServicesITGartner, Inc.$ 26,477,670,965.0641.5Technology ServicesPAYCPaycom Software, Inc.$ 24,306,856,376.11140.9Technology ServicesTYLTyler Technologies, Inc.$ 21,465,450,854.66140.8Technology ServicesBRBroadridge Financial Solutions, Inc.$ 21,094,802,900.3839.3Technology ServicesAKAMAkamai Technologies, Inc.$ 19,093,015,481.7332.2Technology ServicesFDSFactSet Research Systems Inc.$ 17,918,395,230.4846.1Technology ServicesCDAYCeridian HCM Holding Inc.$ 15,880,704,758.48Technology ServicesNLOKNortonLifeLock Inc.$ 15,317,609,009.1317.3Technology ServicesPTCPTC Inc.$ 14,495,886,748.2430.1Technology ServicesJKHYJack Henry & Associates, Inc.$ 12,698,037,214.2738.8Technology ServicesLDOSLeidos Holdings, Inc.$ 12,667,030,441.7116.4Technology ServicesCTXSCitrix Systems, Inc.$ 12,255,269,468.7037.6Technology ServicesJNPRJuniper Networks, Inc.$ 11,498,404,173.2878.8Technology ServicesDXCDXC Technology Company$ 8,381,895,474.7221.7TransportationUPSUnited Parcel Service, Inc.$ 185,561,852,286.1728.9TransportationUNPUnion Pacific Corporation$ 159,285,300,468.7827.0TransportationCSXCSX Corporation$ 82,242,821,076.6223.7TransportationFDXFedEx Corporation$ 68,507,824,108.9614.2TransportationODFLOld Dominion Freight Line, Inc.$ 39,836,419,299.2944.3TransportationLUVSouthwest Airlines Company$ 26,044,476,654.81TransportationDALDelta Air Lines, Inc.$ 25,786,156,965.95TransportationEXPDExpeditors International of Washington, Inc.$ 22,156,325,014.1519.8TransportationJBHTJ.B. Hunt Transport Services, Inc.$ 21,196,003,555.6332.4TransportationUALUnited Airlines Holdings, Inc.$ 14,729,958,118.29TransportationCHRWC.H. Robinson Worldwide, Inc.$ 14,025,646,282.5719.1TransportationAALAmerican Airlines Group, Inc.$ 12,140,896,750.77TransportationALKAlaska Air Group, Inc.$ 6,775,547,671.60387.9UtilitiesNEENextEra Energy, Inc.$ 179,849,486,383.7577.9UtilitiesDUKDuke Energy Corporation (Holding Company)$ 79,606,468,544.5527.0UtilitiesSOSouthern Company (The)$ 72,180,165,421.0424.5UtilitiesDDominion Energy, Inc.$ 63,463,498,027.2924.8UtilitiesEXCExelon Corporation$ 55,832,595,797.6733.8UtilitiesAEPAmerican Electric Power Company, Inc.$ 44,628,575,300.4618.7UtilitiesSREDBA Sempra$ 42,149,351,402.4736.0UtilitiesXELXcel Energy Inc.$ 36,597,614,341.0823.2UtilitiesPEGPublic Service Enterprise Group Incorporated$ 33,454,711,829.61UtilitiesAWKAmerican Water Works Company, Inc.$ 33,428,361,438.0845.0UtilitiesESEversource Energy (D/B/A)$ 30,643,413,568.7326.4UtilitiesWECWEC Energy Group, Inc.$ 30,310,104,833.9723.3UtilitiesEDConsolidated Edison, Inc.$ 30,114,630,875.9725.5UtilitiesEIXEdison International$ 25,647,606,913.5234.0UtilitiesDTEDTE Energy Company$ 23,088,417,366.7926.5UtilitiesAEEAmeren Corporation$ 22,818,757,847.8423.3UtilitiesPPLPPL Corporation$ 22,626,576,261.4481.2UtilitiesFEFirstEnergy Corp.$ 22,451,865,075.4522.2UtilitiesETREntergy Corporation$ 22,389,316,312.6918.2UtilitiesCMSCMS Energy Corporation$ 18,746,318,837.5621.6UtilitiesCNPCenterPoint Energy, Inc (Holding Co)$ 17,369,271,164.4318.4UtilitiesAESThe AES Corporation$ 16,254,482,083.8231.5UtilitiesEVRGEvergy, Inc.$ 15,629,272,434.3417.9UtilitiesLNTAlliant Energy Corporation$ 15,234,453,693.0624.3UtilitiesATOAtmos Energy Corporation$ 13,935,375,830.3520.3UtilitiesNINiSource Inc$ 10,807,233,070.8924.6UtilitiesNRGNRG Energy, Inc.$ 10,518,269,004.324.3UtilitiesPNWPinnacle West Capital Corporation$ 7,873,624,839.9714.0

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What is the sector breakdown of the S&P 500? ›

A Sector View
SectorPercent of S&P 500 Index
Consumer Staples7.05%
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Which sector has the maximum weightage in the S&P 500 index? ›

The S&P 500 Index comprises 11 nonequally weighted sectors as shown in the table below. As of Dec. 31, 2020, the most heavily weighted sector (by far) was information technology, at 27.6%. Next was health care, at 13.5%.

What is the market cap of S&P 500 companies? ›

The S&P 500 has a market capitalization of $30.529 trillion dollars. The total market cap is calculated by summing the market capitalization of every company in the index. Each company's calculated market cap is based on the outstanding float share count.

What is the return of the S&P 500 for 2022? ›

Year to Date Return for 2022
YearTotal ReturnPrice Return

What are the 11 sectors of the S&P? ›

There are 11 stock market sectors, as classified by GICS, which stands for Global Industry Classification Standard. These sectors include healthcare, materials, real estate, consumer staples, consumer discretionary, utilities, energy, industrials, consumer services, financials, and technology.

Which market sector is performing the best? ›

Today's best performing industries include Today's Stock Performance of every company within the industry.
Today's Stock Market's Best Performing Stocks, Sectors and Industries.
RankingToday's Best Performing Sectors%
1Basic Materials-0.34 %
2Financial-0.35 %
3Healthcare-0.47 %
4Capital Goods-0.59 %
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Which is the best S&P 500 to invest in? ›

The 5 Best S&P 500 Index Funds
  1. Vanguard S&P 500 ETF. Founded in 2010, Vanguard S&P 500 ETF (VOO) has had an average annual return of 16.08% since, compared with 16.12% for the S&P 500. ...
  2. iShares Core S&P 500 ETF. ...
  3. Schwab S&P 500 Index Fund. ...
  4. Fidelity Spartan 500 Index Investors Shares. ...
  5. Vanguard 500 Index Fund Investors Share.
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What is the largest component of the S&P 500? ›

1. Apple Inc. (AAPL) Apple is a major producer of hardware and software products, primarily for the consumer market.

What is the best S&P 500 index fund? ›

3 best S&P 500 index funds
Index or Fund1-Year Total Return5-Year Annualized Return
S&P 500 Index31.46%18.63%
Vanguard S&P 500 ETF31.35%18.54%
iShares Core S&P 500 ETF31.33%18.54%
SPDR S&P 500 ETF Trust31.28%18.49%

What percentage of the S&P 500 are the Faang stocks? ›

FAANG stocks' performance has a substantial effect on the overall market and comprises 15% of the S&P 500. Investors can buy FAANG stocks individually or via tech industry-focused funds.

What is the smallest stock in the S&P 500? ›

The smallest stock belongs to News Corporation Class B, which is only . 008% of the index.

What is the market cap of the smallest company in the S&P 500? ›

Its market capitalization measures at $1.5 billion, roughly 1/4 of what it was at the end of 2019, and it currently has the smallest market cap of any company on the S&P 500. “Macy's has a market capitalization more representative of the small-cap market space,” S&P Dow Jones Indices said in a statement.

What sectors are up in 2022? ›

2022 US sector outlook

Among the top opportunities within sectors: AI, luxury goods, sustainability, bioprocessing, commodities, and REITS. 2021 was another outstanding year for investors in US companies, as the S&P 500® delivered a 29% total return.

What is the S&P 500 10 year return? ›

S&P 500 10 Year Return is at 181.2%, compared to 199.4% last month and 271.0% last year. This is higher than the long term average of 110.9%.

What is the 50 year average return on the S&P 500? ›

The historical average yearly return of the S&P 500 is 10.49% over the last 50 years, as of end of July 2022. This assumes dividends are reinvested. Adjusted for inflation, the 50-year average return (including dividends) is 6.26%.

What are the best sectors to invest in 2022? ›

Going into 2022, among the key market sectors to watch are oil, gold, autos, services, and housing. Other key areas of concern include tapering, interest rates, inflation, payment for order flow (PFOF), and antitrust.

What sectors do well in inflation? ›

Inflation-indexed bonds and Treasury Inflation-Protected Securities (TIPS), tend to increase their returns with inflationary pressures. Consumer staples stocks mostly do well because price increases are passed on to consumers.

What sectors should I have in my portfolio? ›

Seven best sectors for rebalancing a portfolio today:
  • Consumer staples.
  • Technology.
  • Real estate.
  • Travel.
  • Energy.
  • Materials.
  • Health care.
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Which sector will boom in 2022? ›

The consensus seems to be that the financial sector, industrial sector, capital goods will do well in 2022. Pharmaceuticals are also looking to make a mark, and a few experts have placed their bets on real estate and automobiles while others have advised against them.

Which sector is booming right now? ›

Fast Moving Consumer-Goods Sector (FMCG)

For a long time, the majority of people in Indian cities and towns have been using their products. Contrary to many other industries that go through a contraction and expansion cycle, the FMCG industry's products are always in demand.

Which sector will grow in next 10 years? ›

Over the next 10 years, the infrastructure sector in India will need to continue its growth momentum and is likely to maintain a growth rate anywhere between 7-10%, a very healthy sign.

How many index funds should I own? ›

A three-fund portfolio is made up of three index funds or ETFs. Advisors typically suggest choosing a total U.S. stock market index fund, an international stock fund and broad market bond fund. The amount of money you allocate to each fund depends on your age, goals and risk tolerance.

What is the difference between S&P 500 and S&P 500 index? ›

In this context, the S&P 500 is a common benchmark against which portfolio performance can be evaluated. The S&P 500 index is weighted by market capitalization (share price times number of shares outstanding). This means that a company's valuation determines how much influence it has over the index's performance.

What is the best performing ETF? ›

7 best-performing ETFs of 2022:
  • ProShares Ultra Bloomberg Natural Gas ETF (BOIL): +270%
  • United States Natural Gas Fund LP (UNG): +145.9%
  • ProShares Ultra Oil & Gas ETF (DIG): +96.6%
  • Direxion Daily Energy Bull 2x Shares (ERX): +95.3%
  • Direxion Daily S&P Oil and Gas Exploration & Production Bull 2x Shares ETF (GUSH): +92%
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Does Apple outperform the S&P 500? ›

Apple stock has significantly outperformed the S&P 500 amid the rally from the mid-June bottom. That relative strength sets the stock up for more gains ahead, according to Bank of America.

What percentage of the S&P 500 does Apple represent? ›

Apple represents 7.3% of the S&P 500 -- a modern record | Philip Elmer‑DeWitt.

Is Apple part of the S&P? ›

Apple has the biggest profits of any company in the S&P 500 and pays the biggest dividends.

Which is better ETF or index fund? ›

The main difference between index funds and ETFs is that index funds can only be traded at the end of the trading day whereas ETFs can be traded throughout the day. ETFs may also have lower minimum investments and be more tax-efficient than most index funds.

Which index fund is best? ›

List of Best Index Funds in India Ranked by Last 5 Year Returns
  • Mirae Asset NYSE FANG+ ETF FoF. ...
  • Mirae Asset Equity Allocator FoF. ...
  • Motilal Oswal Nasdaq 100 FOF Scheme. ...
  • Motilal Oswal Nifty Midcap 150 Index Fund. ...
  • Motilal Oswal Nifty Next 50 Index Fund. ...
  • Motilal Oswal Nifty 50 Index Fund. ...
  • UTI Nifty200 Momentum 30 Index Fund.

Does S&P 500 give dividends? ›

The S&P 500 index tracks some of the largest stocks in the United States, many of which pay out a regular dividend. The dividend yield of the index is the amount of total dividends earned in a year divided by the price of the index. Historical dividend yields for the S&P 500 have typically ranged from between 3% to 5%.

Why Microsoft is not a part of FAANG? ›

Because FAANG was a stock market term for "hot tech stocks", and Microsoft was old and not-hot at the time.

Is FAANG now Maang? ›

Since the “F” in the acronym represents Facebook, it had to change to “M” to represent Meta. Hence, FAANG was rebranded as MAANG.

Is Netflix still FAANG? ›

FAANG Is Over, Netflix Is No Longer A Growth Company | The Watch List| TD Ameritrade Network.

How much would $8000 invested in the S&P 500 in 1980 be worth today? ›

$8,000 in 1980 has the same "purchasing power" or "buying power" as $28,754.47 in 2022.

What will the S&P be in 2030? ›

S&P 500 Forecast 2030, S&P 500 predictions 2030, as per Analysis index levels to reach the Lower range at 11,195, Higher Range can get up to 12,225 and Medium Range is at 11,550.

Is investing in S&P 500 a good idea? ›

For many investors, S&P 500 ETFs are a fantastic option. They're one of the safer investments out there, they're low-maintenance, and it's very likely you'll see positive average returns over time.

What size companies are in the S&P 500? ›

The S&P 500 stock market index is maintained by S&P Dow Jones Indices. It comprises 503 common stocks which are issued by 500 large-cap companies traded on American stock exchanges (including the 30 companies that compose the Dow Jones Industrial Average).

Is Nvidia part of the S&P 500? ›

The demise of energy firm Enron is good news for one company game developers are familiar with: Nvidia. Standard and Poors today announced that Nvidia will replace Enron Corporation in the prestigious Standard & Poors 500 Composite Index (S&P 500 Index) after the close of trading today.

What stocks have the highest market cap? ›

Largest Companies by Market Cap
#NameM. Cap
1Apple 1AAPL$2.417 T
2Saudi Aramco 22222.SR$2.105 T
3Microsoft 3MSFT$1.774 T
4Alphabet (Google) 4GOOG$1.290 T
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What sectors are doing poorly? ›

Company Screening also includes Company ranking within it's Industry.
Year To Date Stock Market's Worst Performing Stocks, Sectors and Industries.
RankingYear To Date Worst Performing Sectors%
1Technology-35.31 %
2Consumer Discretionary-34.09 %
3Conglomerates-29.41 %
4Transportation-28.38 %
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What sectors have outperformed the S&P 500? ›

The best performing Sector in the last 10 years is Information Technology, that granded a +16.17% annualized return. The worst is Energy, with a +3.57% annualized return in the last 10 years. The main S&P 500 Sectors can be easily replicated by ETFs.

What is the huge market event in 2022? ›

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What percent of the S&P 500 returns are from dividends? ›

Dividends play an important role in generating equity total return. Since 1926, dividends have contributed approximately 32% of total return for the S&P 500, while capital appreciations have contributed 68%.

What is the average S&P 500 return over 25 years? ›

The index has returned a historic annualized average return of around 11.88% since its 1957 inception through the end of 2021.

What is the S&P 500 20 year return? ›

20-year returns

S&P 500: 5.90% Dow Jones Industrial Average: 7.03% Russell 2000: 7.70%

What should my portfolio look like at 55? ›

The point is that you should remain diversified in both stocks and bonds, but in an age-appropriate manner. A conservative portfolio, for example, might consist of 70% to 75% bonds, 15% to 20% stocks, and 5% to 15% in cash or cash equivalents, such as a money-market fund.

What is a good yearly return on stocks? ›

Expectations for return from the stock market

Most investors would view an average annual rate of return of 10% or more as a good ROI for long-term investments in the stock market. However, keep in mind that this is an average. Some years will deliver lower returns -- perhaps even negative returns.

What is the S&P 500 rate of return for 2022? ›

30, 2022.

How many industries are in the S&P 500? ›

There are currently 11 sectors and 69 industries. Several of the 69 industries do not have companies represented in the S&P 500 Index; therefore, performance is not available for those industries.

What is the 12th sector of the S&P? ›

Famed Shark Tank investor Kevin O'Leary, whose portfolio is 20% dedicated to the blockchain sector, believes the cryptocurrency space will eventually become the 12th sector of S&P 500 index, he said at the this year's DC Blockchain Summit on Tuesday. Mr.

What are the best sectors to invest in 2022? ›

Going into 2022, among the key market sectors to watch are oil, gold, autos, services, and housing. Other key areas of concern include tapering, interest rates, inflation, payment for order flow (PFOF), and antitrust.

What sectors make up the Dow Jones? ›

You may find it helpful to track the industry sectors that perform well in the DJIA, so you can anticipate which industry seems poised for new gains.
  • Consumer Staples. ...
  • Industrial Materials. ...
  • Industrials. ...
  • Financials. ...
  • Telecommunications. ...
  • Energy. ...
  • Consumer Discretionary. ...
  • Information Technology.

What sectors do well in inflation? ›

Inflation-indexed bonds and Treasury Inflation-Protected Securities (TIPS), tend to increase their returns with inflationary pressures. Consumer staples stocks mostly do well because price increases are passed on to consumers.

What is the difference between a sector and an industry? ›

Industry refers to a much more specific group of companies or businesses, while the term sector describes a large segment of the economy. The terms industry and sector are often used interchangeably to describe a group of companies that operate in the same segment of the economy or share a similar business type.

What sectors have outperformed the S&P 500? ›

The best performing Sector in the last 10 years is Information Technology, that granded a +16.17% annualized return. The worst is Energy, with a +3.57% annualized return in the last 10 years. The main S&P 500 Sectors can be easily replicated by ETFs.

What sectors should I have in my portfolio? ›

Seven best sectors for rebalancing a portfolio today:
  • Consumer staples.
  • Technology.
  • Real estate.
  • Travel.
  • Energy.
  • Materials.
  • Health care.
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Which stock sectors are doing well? ›

What is still looking good are top private sector banks and autos. These are looking good across segments. Demand is returning to rural areas, in two-wheelers and that is good. Ancillaries are doing well as are defence related stocks and industrials.

Which sector is growing in share market? ›

The list of favoured sectors is changing constantly. While infrastructure, banks and power sectors look promising as this year's investment cycle starts to roll, selective approach in sectors such as telecom, automobile and pharma can also give good returns. You must invest in stocks for the long term.

Which sector will boom in 2022? ›

The consensus seems to be that the financial sector, industrial sector, capital goods will do well in 2022. Pharmaceuticals are also looking to make a mark, and a few experts have placed their bets on real estate and automobiles while others have advised against them.

Which sector will grow in next 10 years? ›

Over the next 10 years, the infrastructure sector in India will need to continue its growth momentum and is likely to maintain a growth rate anywhere between 7-10%, a very healthy sign.

What industries are thriving in 2022? ›

Global Fastest Growing Industries by Revenue Growth (%) in 2022
  • Global Airport Operation. 47.2%
  • Global Hotels & Resorts. 40.6%
  • Global Travel Agency Services. 40.4%
  • Global Tourism. ...
  • Global Airlines. ...
  • Global Casinos & Online Gambling. ...
  • Global Commercial Aircraft Manufacturing. ...
  • Global Semiconductor & Electronic Parts Manufacturing.

What sectors are moving today? ›

Sector Watch Chart
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What are blue chips stocks? ›

A blue chip stock is a huge company with an excellent reputation. These are typically large, well-established, and financially sound companies that have operated for many years and that have dependable earnings, often paying dividends to investors.

Is Nasdaq mostly tech? ›

The Nasdaq Stock Market notably includes large technology companies like Apple and Google, but its listings are not exclusively technology stocks. The Nasdaq market index, known as the Nasdaq composite, tracks the roughly 3,000 companies that are traded on the Nasdaq Exchange.


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